Miami Beach residents must wait a little bit longer to find out who the city’s next mayor will be after Tuesday’s election.
After a long, at times circus-like, election season, Miami Beach’s mayoral race ended Tuesday night.
Voters in Miami-Dade County will go to the polls Tuesday to decide ballot issues and municipal elections in Miami, Miami Beach, Hialeah and Homestead.
Just a few months after he was arrested and charged with two felony charges of unlawful compensation or reward for official behavior; suspended Homestead Mayor Steve Bateman was arrested again Friday on seven counts of election law violations.
The City of Sweetwater has a new police chief – at least for now. Thursday, city officials announced that Deputy Chief Jesus Menocal would serve as interim chief following the retirement of Chief Roberto Fulgueira.
The latest debate among Miami Beach mayoral candidates became explosive this week—and some of which led to backlash was caught on video.
Homestead voters decided Tuesday they did not want suspended mayor Steve Bateman to serve another term.
The Miami Beach Mayoral race is going to get some extra coverage thanks to a funnyman turned politician. MTV is even shooting a documentary centering on comedian Steve Berke’s run for office. Wednesday, Berke revealed his plans for the city’s future.
At a rally Thursday evening supporters of suspended Homestead Mayor Steve Bateman said they aren’t bothered by the Bateman’s arrest Wednesday.
The Miami-Dade County Commission on Ethics and Public Trust is reviewing the mayor of Doral’s role in a land deal.